Airplane Airbus A321 (321) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 192 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||36||21||1 - 5||20|
|delta comfort+||34||18||10 - 14||29|
|economy||31||18||15 - 39||143|
Window seats in Comfort+ are narrower than the others, noticeably so. Definitely 13A, would review all the others as well. Seat should be YELLOW or RED - I'm over 6' and it was very uncomfortable
Tight quarters for first class. The legroom is worse than coach. Also, seat placement has no windows forward of seat. Feels very claustrophobic.
Hard separation between seats and IFE must be stowed during takeoff, taxi, and landing.
Last night I flew on DL 2652, an A321, in Comfort+ seat 13F. I chose 13F based on SeatGuru’s "green seat" with the extra leg room. Although it did have the extra leg room, 13F was so much narrower than the non-exit row Comfort+ seats on the A320. When the pax in 13E sat down and saw how narrow it was, she asked to be reseated, but to no avail. I wanted to warn other readers. Unfortunately , having always trusted SeatGuru, I had booked more DL A321 flights [vs A320] prior to last night’s flight. I again chose seat 13F in Comfort+ round-trip, not knowing how uncomfortable it. Does anyone have advice for more comfortable Comfort+ seating on the A321? I wish I could change my flights to the A320, but DL would charge me a fortune.
The wall curves in at this seat, making the armrest intrude into the seat. The seat is noticeably narrower than the seat in front of it.
View outside from the window is very limited; about half of the window is behind you and the emergency exit door only has a small peep-hole. This goes for all seats (A,B,C,E & F) in row 13.
Seat 12F is considered a Delta Comfort Seat. But, the seat was more like 16.5 inches wide and of course had no recline. The real problem was that the emergency exit door extended at least 3 inches into the seat area and therefore the seat was smaller and no room for your shoulders and head. I spent the entire flight leaning to the left and felt sorry for the person in the middle seat. This seat should not be a Comfort Plus seat.
This is a good seat because it has a ton of legroom with a missing seat in front but there are two minor drawbacks. First is that the crew seat is directly in front of you so you get to make awkward eye contact with the FA during takeoff and landing. Second is that the IFE is on an arm that you have to pull up from under the seat. The FA will not let you use this during takeoff and landing. Not a big deal on a long flight but on a short flight it significantly cuts into your IFE time. Overall still a great seat but like most exit row seats you are making some minor compromises in exchange for the unlimited legroom.
Horrible seat - no window, and the wall from the emergency exit door protrudes into your space by a good 4 inches. Why is this Comfort Plus? This seat sucks bigtime on its own by regular standards.
The seat is narrower and the window is not ideally located.
Took the A321 from BZN-SLC on the way to SJD and back again in 3 A&B. First class seats on this Airbus as well as the 320 & 319 version are wider than those found on Delta's CRJ, E and MD aircraft. As this was a short flight we did not use the IFE but the movie selection was large. FA's were most attentive.
Seat 13A should not be green. 13A is two inches skinnier that the middle seat and there is no window that can be used realistically. There is plenty of legroom though.
Great seat. Not missing a window at all
Seat 26D and E - great seats, plenty of legroom - about 4-5 feet until row in front of you, tray able and video screen in armrest. Restroom close, but not a dealbreaker. Best of all, seat was at no additional cost.
Whomever designed this should be fired- choose economy over this comfort seat. The door for exit hits this seat- door jam juts out by 4 inches- making the seats narrower and NO SPACE FOR RIGHT ARM. Horrible horrible seat. Forced to sit crooked for 4 1/2 hour flight.
SAFETY CONCERN: This seat obstructs the emergency exit door, making that door smaller. It also makes inaccessible the left-hand handle that you would use to swing yourself onto the slide. Wondering if a large person could squeeze past this seat to get out. The FA on board said they had not done evacuation drills on this cabin configuration. Is the FAA getting bought off?
This looks good from the computer when youre paying to upgrade,but its ONLY redeeming value is the legroom. No monitor for entertainment, a big door with a tiny porthole and it looks like its a pseudo aisle seat, its a skinny seat sandwiched tween the window seat and a jump seat. Bad choice!
Tons of legroom, enough to get out from the bulkhead seat without making your seatmates move. BUT the screen and tray are in the armrest which means the seat is a bit narrower. There is a window but it's slightly behind you. This should be a mixed green/yellow seat in the map, not solid green.
No personal entertainment devices in this row.
All seats in row 10 are missing personal TV monitors because first class seats begin immediately in front of these six seats.